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Adventure, Fantasy, Comedy, Family, Animation, Musical
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Jayson Thiessen
Max Martini as Boyle (voice)
Adam Bengis as Code Red (voice)
Uzo Aduba as Queen Novo (voice)
Michelle Creber as Applebloom (voice)
Brian Dobson as Verko / Additional Voices (voice)
Ashleigh Ball as Applejack / Rainbow Dash (voice)
Michael Dobson as Bulk Biceps / Canterlot & Klugetown Featured Voices (voice)
Andrea Libman as Fluttershy / Pinkie Pie (voice)
Peter New as Big Mac / Klugetown Featured Voices (voice)
Britt McKillip as Princess Cadance (voice)
Nicole Oliver as Princess Celestia / Lix Spittle / Klugetown Featured Voices (voice)
Taye Diggs as Capper (voice)
Kristin Chenoweth as Princess Skystar (voice)
Emily Blunt as Tempest Shadow / Fizzlepop Berrytwist (voice)
Storyline: A dark force threatens Ponyville, and the Mane 6 - Twilight Sparkle, Applejack, Rainbow Dash, Pinkie Pie, Fluttershy, and Rarity - embark on an unforgettable journey beyond Equestria where they meet new friends and exciting challenges on a quest to use the magic of friendship to save their home.
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Tired show tropes x 4
Not a Brony, and while the experience of going to an early showing (October 4th) was an (odd) experience in of itself, the movie was definitely not worth the expense of going to see a VIP (adult only) early showing. Netflix, sure. Popcorn at a theatre flick? No.

If you've seen My Little Pony for the stretch of a single season, this filled every last one of the show's tropes, but to extremes. Plot wise, watch the TV show, and then don't watch the movie. It's the same thing as an episode, but 4x longer (or basically the last 4 episodes of the better seasons combined). Rehashed, tired, slapstick, painfully aware of itself.

Saving grace may be that the animation was greatly improved upon, though a bit unsettling. In a field where all "2D" (it's very CG) animated films are foreign and almost non-existent, this may have been its biggest appeal. Maybe its only appeal.

Oh, and Sia sings in it. If anyone cares?
Just an amazing experience!
As a fan of the show for 5 years, never have I seen a movie that brought me so much joy! The characters are all great, the story is pretty good, and the songs are all amazing! If you're a fan of the show, I highly recommend seeing this movie. If not, well you can at least enjoy seeing your brony best friend have a smile on his/her face! :)
Amazing animation with a side of originality on a established cartoon!
I have been a fan of the series for quite sometime now and a active community member since 2012. I have seen every episode with my kids and consider myself a snob to animations regarding this series. All I can say is... WOW. I knew that the crew had made the shift to ToonBOOM for the movie but I never expected it to be this... AWESOME! The animation was flawless, the presentation on point and the writing superb!

This is not the series we know as fans, this is Disney levels of quality in style and writing. The characters are very well fleshed out as well, and that villain... Finally we get a bad girl that is portrayed as more than a character with a grudge. I. Freaking. Love. HER!

Add to that I am a Tennesseeian and that The Nashville Scoring Orchestra did much of the scoring for this movie and you have a mix for a bit of bias. That being said, This series has always had amazing songs in it thanks in part by Daniel Ingram and this DID NOT DISAPPOINT! But bias aside, this is a movie that even parents can enjoy. It is cute, funny and well written. Sadly due to the adult community of fans, some of the 'trolls' that take joy in pick on them have decided to flood the internet with false reviews.

Seriously, go watch it! If you want something besides the typical Disney product with the same story line you have seen a million times, this movie is for you! This has to be one of the few cartoons out there with core values that is still GOOD! I rank this up there with The Secret of NIMH, My all time favorite movie as a child. You go DHX and Hasbro! Stellar job!
Eh, it was okay I guess.
I don't consider myself a brony, even though I've seen some episodes of Friendship Is Magic. I haven't seen every episode, but I've seen enough from each season that I have a good idea of what the show is all about. I personally don't like the first few seasons but the series does get better as it goes along. Overall, it's fine. It's a fine show. It's not the most amazing thing ever like some would lead you to believe, and it's not cancer like others make it out to be. Considering it's a show aimed at 5-year-old girls, this is the best show aimed specifically at that demographic I've ever seen. The strongest aspects of the show are it's good voice acting, relatively complex plots for a little kids show, and character arcs that span multiple episodes. You can tell a lot of effort was put into it, the creators have respect for their audience, and it doesn't feel cynically pandering at all.

For this reason, I decided to give the first theatrical movie based on the series a chance.

So how does the movie hold up? Eh, it was okay I guess. The animation reminds me of the Spongebob Squarepants movies where it's a little different from the TV show, and the cinematography is more traditionally cinematic, but it still captures the same spirit of the show's universe. Out of the six new songs featured in the film, at least half of them advance the plot in one way or another, and aren't there just to pad things out. Yes, you guessed it, the lyrics of all the songs are about friendship. The female villain pony has a decent amount of depth to her character, although she does have the generic scar over one eye that every villain seems to have these days.

This seems to be a movie designed for people already familiar with the series since little is done to develop the main six or establish the world of Equestria. Imagine the show didn't exist. You'd know almost nothing about the main characters or the film's universe. None of the characters really have an arc. With the exception of one character, no one changes or learns anything that they didn't already know at the beginning.

The dialogue in the show was fairly timeless, but the dialogue in the film is more modernized, which felt a little weird since its directed by a guy who's directed a bunch of other MLP stuff, so you'd think they'd try to keep things consistent. The cat character felt like a Puss In Boots ripoff at first, that is until he opened his mouth. I can't say I was expecting that voice to come from that character. I know the FIM universe has other nations with species other than ponies, but this still felt like a move to appeal to the furry demographic as well as the bronies. Why did the bird pirates still have all their pirate stuff on board their airship? They presumably got employed and their ship would have to fit regulations, right? The movie ends Zootopia-style with a pop song no one's gonna remember.

Since I compared this to the Spongebob movie earlier, one point I wanna bring up is that this movie doesn't have much of an emotional center. Now you may be wondering "what emotional scenes were in the Spongebob movie?". Well you watch the scene where Spongebob and Patrick are "dying" on the drying table in Shell City and tell me you don't get at least a little teary eyed! The best family movies are the ones with a certain level of emotional maturity and treat their audience like thinking adults. Half the MLP fan base is 25-year-old males. You might as well give them something more.

If you or your children are die hard fans of the franchise, go knock yourselves out. If this was surprisingly great like the LEGO movie, I would have no problem recommending it. Unfortunately, My Little Pony: The Movie doesn't offer much to entice the average moviegoer.
Review of MLP:The Movie
Last night I saw the premiere of My Little Pony: The Movie. As a lover of the TV show I have to say they actually pulled it off! Through out the movie it's never a dull moment. This time the problem can't be fixed in 30 minutes. There's also new friends, including Princess Skystar who's voiced by my favorite actress, Kristen Chenoweth. I never thought I'd hear my favorite pony, Pinkie Pie and Kristen Chenoweth singing one of the best songs, in the franchise (One Small Thing). That was a real treat! I love the fact that the movie is not kiddish looking but it's for us adults as well. They pulled off the CGI animation. It was impressive! They did stay true to the TV show but added new elements that went well together. I would see this again in theaters and can't wait to own it!
Pony Power!
Cartoons have drastically changed over the years, and in many cases not for the better. However, amidst this new wave of modern art stand a few series that have soared in popularity enough to acquire mass marketing. One of these "treasures" is My Little Pony, a collection of toys that have kept their hooves into the pulse of relevance and captured the hearts of many ages. This weekend, the series proved popular enough to warrant a movie, in hopes of keeping the magic strong. Robbie K here, accompanied with my friends, with another review, hoping to help guide your viewing pleasures. Let's go!


Cute: It's a movie about talking ponies, of course it is going to be cute. This film capitalizes on the big sparkling eyes, high pitched voices, and snappy one-liners that are all the rage in kid's animation. But amidst these ear-splitting tactics, the theme of friendship may also warm your heart and make you say Awwwwwww, much like many of the young viewers did today. Side note, the cute also coincides with a family friendly theme as well, so one doesn't have to worry about mature surprises.

Pony Adventure: When TV shows are given a block buster movie, one fears that it may deviate far from the show, unless you're a kid in which case you don't care. Good news, this movie feels like an extended My Little Pony episode, filled with all the adventure like elements that have made the show fun. The simplistic goals, the musical numbers, the feel-good atmosphere, and the grandiose villain whose bark is worse than its bite. It's all packed in the 1.5 hours and amplified with an atmosphere that feels like a kid's version of lord of the rings. All this positivity will certainly bring you into the kid mindset and add a little more joy to your experience, or annoy you depending on your tolerance to this series.

The Animation: One thing I love about Hollywood budgets is the ability to capitalize on technology. My Little Pony took the technology and ran with it, crafting an incredible display of cartoon animation to keep me hooked into the movie. The movements of the heroes are fluid, the flying in particular impressive to watch as it added excitement to the mix. The attention to detail to accurately capture lip movements is also impressive, as it adds that anthropomorphic touch they were going for. Outside of movements though, this film is a colorful display, brimming with various hues and shades that brings out the unique character design even more.


Annoying at times: If you aren't younger than 8, or a die-hard fan of the series, you will most likely get a little annoyed at times. The movie goes a little overboard with its gimmicks, primarily with Pinkie Pie's overzealous energy, that hits that tolerance wall and shatters it. These elements are to be expected, but when you combine it with younger audience member's inability to remain quiet… it pushes those buttons even faster.

Shallow Elements: I didn't expect much character development as this was done in the show. However, the elements you are going to base the story on, I expect there to be more commitment to this. My Little Pony the movie was able to execute a few characters quite well including Tempest and her little crony alongside Princess Twilight. The other characters though…well they dropped the ball on their development pretty hard. Many of the new additions to the universe come in with a flashy opening, often in the form of an inspiring song that holds promise for a colorful character. But then that flash fades and the characters are hastily tossed to the background until the end. The multiple incidents of glazing over the characters didn't impress me, and proves again that too many characters in a movie, do not make quality films.

Not Theatrical Special: Despite the shortcomings of the characters, the story team managed to craft a salvageable story. Unfortunately, it didn't' feel theater worthy to me. Sure, the animation and voice acting were incredible and worthy of the bigger budget. Then the predictable plot hit me and I realized this story didn't stand out enough to be considered unique. In addition, the movie seemed geared towards the music instead of the other crucial elements, which only further made me feel this wasn't the theater worthy masterpiece they wanted. Such a shame given the groundwork already laid by the shows team.


My Little Pony the Movie should have been, My Little Pony the Extended 5 part special. It is a cute, fun, well-animated adventure perfect for the younger audience members, but outside of that there isn't much. While it does capture the feeling of the series, there wasn't enough in this movie to warrant a theater viewing. Die-hard fans won't mind much of my dislikes, but for the general audience your money is better spent on a more balanced movie that won't make you pull your hair out or try to take a nap.

My scores are:

Animation/Adventure/Comedy: 7.5 Movie Overall: 6.0
The Epic Adventure That Fans Have Been Asking For
My Little Pony: The Movie takes advantage of the show's intriguing fantasy world by sending the main cast on an epic adventure to places that we've never seen before. It's the sort of high-fantasy adventure story that the series always deserved but never seemed to quite get in any particular episode. The show's esteemed snappy-dialogue and astonishingly complex main characters are presented at their full potency. The unexpectedly serious stakes, great action set-pieces, and surprising range of tone will please fans of all ages. I was pleased to see the focus remained on the show's main characters and not on the worryingly high number of new characters (voiced by well-known celebrities) that were introduced for the film.

The issues that I had with the movie are mostly the result of it being a kid's film. It's very fast paced, short, and character turn arounds are very abrupt. The motivations of the villains are very simple. Granted villains on the show usually have no reason to be evil at all, so a villain with any reason is a step up, but there's a lot of room for improvement there.
Good family fun
My daughter (4) loved this movie. It was her first movie in theaters and we had a good time. The movie was cute and fun just like all the "My Little Pony" movies and episodes. Good little story about the importance of friendship and overcoming obstacles. If you're a viewer of the show and then the movies (or your kids are) then this movie was a 10/10. If you're trying to see a hardcore critique than I'd say an 8. Graphics are standard and the voice acting is good.
Thoughts on the movie's story and characters for those who aren't familiar with the show.
I thought I might be in a decent position to review this movie because I used to be a big fan of the show, but stopped watching a few years ago. Which means I'm very familiar with the universe and characters, but no longer look at it through rose-tinted glasses.

All in all, I would say the movie was OK. It's not a classic Pixar, but not a Sony Pictures Animation movie either. There are two big issues that (in my opinion) holds the movie back; Character abundance and pacing.

This is a fairly short movie, yet it is jam-packed with characters, both old and new. We are re-introduced to the main characters at the beginning of the movie, but because there are so many, we don't have time to truly get to know them. Someone who isn't familiar with the show's cast would probably just see their caricature from this rushed introduction.

The same problem arise when our main characters are thrown into their adventure. We go from place to place and meet all kinds of new characters. Both the new locations and cast are interesting, but we just don't have enough time to become familiar with any of them. The main cast's interactions in these new environments are as you'd expect from who they are and the themes of the show, which works very well. Sadly, the super speedy pace took away some of the plausibility of their influence. You'll ask yourself "would this/these character(s) really change as quick as that?". If only we had another scene or two, a change of heart would fit the narrative perfectly, but it just felt too quick and easy.

And then there's a pivotal moment in the movie that could have been so much better if only the movie had taken its time to build up to it. Twilight Sparkle's home is in dire peril. As Equestria's last hope, it's only natural that she is getting more and more worried and desperate. So much so that she might do something drastic. Unfortunately this growing desperation isn't shown, so when the moment comes, it doesn't feel like she has earned it. I thought this was the largest problem with the movie, which is really too bad, because I don't think it would have taken all that many added scenes to show that much needed character growth throughout the film.

Of all the new characters, Tempest (the villainous pony) was clearly the most interesting and fleshed out. Her arc in the movie was great, yet I would personally have liked to know even more had there been time. The Storm King was fine. We didn't get to know him as well as Tempest, but he was the kind of character that benefits from our ignorance, so I thought they did a decent job with him.

Other than these points, I'd like to mention the animation, music and performances were all great. It's faithful to the show and throws a ton of references in there without letting them get in the way of the movie's progression. While some of the gags and visual humor were fun and fit the source material, I thought they gobbled up a bit too much screen-time considering how short and fast-paced the movie was.

In summary: I don't think there's any doubt fans of the show would enjoy the movie. The rest of its target audience probably would as well, but would a parent or friend who isn't familiar with the source material like it? My guess is, there are too many characters and too little time spent on each of them to really get into it. However, I think most people will be entertained enough to sit through it without any discomfort. You might have to brace yourself for a bunch of pony-puns though. Also, Pinkie Pie.
A super clean film for young children
This film tells the story of a group of equine princesses in a magical land called Equestria, who has to fight against an evil king who wants to take all their powers.

The story of "My little Pony The Movie" is super clean. There is no love story, no violence and the language is child appropriate. As a consequence, there is little for adults to enjoy. There is one line that I laughed out loud, which was "Where there is a city, there's a spa". That is not to say that this film is not enjoyable. In fact, the visuals are super cute and very colourful. The songs are fun too. It will entertain young children very much.
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